You can hook up your decoder (satellite receiver) to a HDD/DVD Recorder. You then record a channel with the recorder and burn it to a DVD. I do this with a LG RH1888H but there are many other recorders available
I have a AV surround sound VR-206 and I want to hook up my digital cable receiver and my DVD player but I want to be able to watch tv programs without using the amp
Connect the satellite receiver to the surround receiver. You can then use the receiver to switch between this source and the the DVD or Blu-Ray player.
the easiest way to do it would be to go out and get a main receiver to hook all your components into. they can be fairly cheap although as they get better, the price does increase.
how to connect dvd player to satellite tv?
vcr out into DVD in, DVD out into tvhd in
A Dolby Digital stream from a DVD player can be sent to a high def receiver by digital optical or coaxial cable.
See Bob Goodman's book, How electronic things work, latest edt, pg 216 and onwards will give you a clearer picture.
We need more information to properly answer this question. If you already have DISH Network service, are you replacing the TV and adding a DVD player? The DVD player normally plugs directly to the TV either with a RCR, component, or HDMI cable. To find the picture for the DVD player just cycle through the input settings for the TV. If you don't have service now, you would need to call to setup an account. If you already have a receiver, you can provide the receiver and smart card number to the representative to activate the receiver. If you don't have a receiver, they can setup to have the installation done at your home.
You don't connect the DVD player to the DISH Network receiver. It connects directly to your TV using an available connection on the back of the TV. Most DVD players will put the TV on the correct input setting to begin viewing. If yours doesn't, cycle through the input settings till you find the picture.
This Netbook has no DVD Drive. You will be able to hook up a wireless internet connection.
You cant it is impossable to put a broken DVD player to a tv if it doesnt work buy a new one!
hdmi to the tv and a toslink from ps3 to the receiver. go into ps3 audio setting and set it to fiber cable setting and boom done!
Plug the digital out of the DVD player in to the surround sound receiver.If your TV has a DVD player built-in, connect the digital audio output of the TV to the digital input of the surround sound receiver.Having asked this question 6 different ways, you should change your question to include the actual models of the equipment you have. We can't tell what type of gear you're talking about if you describe it as a "surround sound".
Connect the TV converter output to the receiver's TV input. Connect the DVD player to the receiver's DVD player input. Connect the VCR to another video input on the receiver. Thrown the equalizer out, as modern receivers don't have any way of connecting them to all the other components.
Yes, but with the proper Y cables.
no u do not
it should automatically have sound
If the T.V. has RCA inputs then you should just be able to hook the red and yellow wires into the TV from the DVD player. It should play
Yes, all you need is a DVD player and a televison. Or you could watch it on a computer with a DVD drive.
What indash DVD player play videos off a thumbdrive
I think no as there is a DVD ROM drive which will play DVD's so what is the point.
no it is impossible to hook up cable to the projector, the only way is not hook a asr cable to the DVD out box and the take rst cable from the out cable hook into the in port on the projector in conclustion you need a DVD player also
The DVD player will connect directly to your TV. Our receivers only have output ports not inputs.